It Takes A Village Family of Schools is dedicated to providing high-quality, culturally responsive education and life-empowering social services that inspire students and families to positively transform and advance their communities, nation, and world.
ITAV has a commitment to ensuring its families and community receive all the support necessary to achieve optimal health and wellness. The Family Support Team at ITAV helps families access an array of supports and services that promote the well-being of families, students, and the community. These services include but are not limited to food pantries and shelter placement, hosting support groups and workshops, creating partnerships with relevant community-based organizations, and engaging the community in safe, positive programming. Family support aims to:
Increase the strength and resilience of families
Support families as they help their children achieve their fullest potential
Curate environments that foster connections among schools, families, and the community
Provide individualized, family-centered referrals and resources
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
Recruit, enroll, and maintain full program capacity
Schedule and complete site tours for prospective families
Manage and increase the inquiry and waitlist list
Consistently update site rosters and parent contact lists
Determine student eligibility for programs and select appropriate students for enrollment
Track and monitor student attendance and implement protocols to follow up on high absenteeism and tardiness
Prepare and collect payment documentation from families and encourage families to pay childcare co-payments
Prepare, collect, and monitor monthly student meal participation and food program documentation
Lead and assist in planning parent and community engagement activities
Encourage parent participation in program activities
Obtain feedback from families regarding the level of satisfaction with programming
Obtain and maintain accurate student and family records and request document services in a timely manner
Create, audit, and maintain compliance of student files
Attend two community events per school year to connect with families in the community
Engage in regular professional development and training
Case note all staff/family interactions in a timely manner
Perform other duties as assigned
QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Family Studies, or a Related Field required. Master’s degree preferred.
Must be Bilingual in Spanish and English
Must have an automobile and a valid driver’s license
Must be able to travel within the community (i.e., families’ homes, and community agencies, which may require climbing stairs, walking, standing, lifting, etc.).
Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Must have a minimum of one year working with disadvantaged populations.
Must be able to demonstrate the passion, skill, and competence necessary to contribute to each family’s development.
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